Monday, June 11, 2012

Lenovo Thinkpad X230: Review


The moment of the year has finally arrived for most recent Ivy Bridge processors of Intel to submerge into conventional laptops, after appearing for first time in the package of soaring end Quad core systems. Lenovo's Thinkpad X230 triumphs the award for becoming the first laptop people has observed in the year 2012 to integrate a latest third generation Intel Core i5 processor.

However, people have observed the similar Thinkpad X230 previously: a number of times, in reality. X-series laptops from Lenovo have all the time been high-end ultra portable machines for the business explorers who require to work during their go with slight cooperation. This 12 incher Thinkpad is the descendant to Thinkpad X220, a tremendous all round ultra portable that jam-packed a quicker processor, lengthy battery life and powerful construction into the condensed but not economical form. The latest X230 preserves the X220's bizarre 12.5-inch screen and spacious keyboard design, however the keyboard has obtained a big modification.


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